Oracle NoSQL Database
Oracle NoSQL Database provides a reliable and flexible data management of configurable set of nodes. This particular scalable and NoSQL database can be highly trusted when it comes to businesses managing all their data to ensure effectivity.
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Oracle NoSQL Database
Oracle NoSQL Database provides a reliable and flexible data management of configurable set of nodes. This particular scalable and NoSQL database can be highly trusted when it comes to businesses managing all their data to ensure effectivity.Using graph database uses nodes and edges to represent an entity that establishes relationship and connections. Oracle NoSQL Database, a sharded system, allocates data uniformly across other shards in the groups. Storage nodes are then replicated to establish high availability to maintain consistency.Oracle NoSQL Database is integrated with different Oracle and open source applications to work on development and operation of big data applications that most organizations have nowadays. The newest Oracle NoSQL Database feature includes SQL Query which is a declarative query language for all developers; enable importing and exporting data and carrying over different Oracle NoSQL Database stores for efficient consolidating. Other outstanding features also include Kerberos integration for external authentications; this allows users of Oracle NoSQL Database to use existing applications that is already protected by Kerberos.Oracle NoSQL Database also supports Failover and SwitchOver operations, Bulk Get API, Off Heap Cache and support for the Big Data SQL and Apache Hive integration.
With Oracle NoSQL Database, users are provided with a large amount of storage nodes that produces greater outputs and storage capacity for data management that is more effective compared to those with fewer storage capacity. Replication of nodes is supported by Oracle NoSQL Database and is used to ensure availability of data incase of failure. Since a master node is assigned, failure of it automatically assign another replica to act as the master node and not compromise any data and still function as it should be.